Volvo has announced they are analyzing the prospects of adding more Cross Country models to their range.

Volvo has announced they are analyzing the prospects of adding more Cross Country models to their range.

In an interview with British magazine Autocar, Volvo's vice-president of product strategy Lex Kerssemakers said he was rather surprised with the high level of interest expressed for the recently unveiled S60 Cross Country. He went on to specify the model will reach the assembly line early this year, just eight months after they started developing this new and rather intriguing derivative.

More importantly, Kerssemakers mentioned sales of Cross Country models are increasing which is why they are now considering to apply the treatment on other models within Volvo's range. He didn't specify any models but it's understandable since the Geely-owned marque currently has a lot on its plate as virtually all models (except for second-gen XC90) will get a new generation in the next couple of years and the family will also grow with new members such as a V90.

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